Senior Day Trips

City Sponsored Day Trips

Registration is available online!

TRIP REFUND POLICY - Trips that include ticketed events will only be refunded if notification is received 7 days in advance, and the spot can be filled. All refunds are made at the discretion of the Department and a $7 administration fee per trip per person will be applied. 

 Sign-up Day for new Summer trips July-October
 is Tuesday, June 5 2018 7am!

Baylink Ferry from Vallejo to SF Pier 1

Enjoy a hassle-free relaxing hour cruise across the San Francisco Bay arriving at the Pier 1 Ferry Building.  You will have 4 1/2 hours to enjoy the sights, Farmer’s Market and a no-host lunch before your trip back across the bay.                   

Saturday, July 14



Oakland Athletics vs. San Francisco Giants

Take me out to the ballgame!  The green and gold and orange and black meet for the Bay Bridge Series at the Oakland Coliseum.  Don’t miss this exciting rivalry! 

Sunday, July 22



IMAX presents PANDAS

Prepare for cuteness overload!  Pandas are beloved around the world, and now they are coming to the big screen in the IMAX® original film “Pandas,” a breathtaking documentary adventure and amazing experience for the whole family.   Captured with IMAX® Cameras, join Qian on an exciting new adventure in the mountains of Sichuan as she takes her first steps outside her  protected habitat, discovering her true animal nature…even as she faces the  challenges of the unknown.  Lunch will be at the Spaghetti Factory.   

Wednesday, July 25



Town of Locke Historical Tour

On August 2, 1970 Locke was listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service. It is the only town in the United States built exclusively by the Chinese Americans for the Chinese Americans. Its unique charm and genuine authenticity bring many visitors to its streets each year.   We will have a docent led tour of the many historical sites on Main St. including the Locke Boarding House  Museum, Dai Loy Gambling House Museum, Chinese School House and Memorial Park.  Afterwards, we will enjoy lunch at the infamous Al’s Place,   a  restaurant with a unique history of it’s own, whose founder, Al, was known for eccentric behavior such as cutting off patron’s neckties (too dressy),  throwing money onto the ceiling, and stirring ladies’ drinks with his fingers. 

Saturday, August 4



Mamma Mia! @ Wells Fargo Pavilion (Music Circus)

On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the  identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to an island paradise. Featuring over 20 ABBA songs, including the hits “Dancing Queen” and “Take a Chance on Me,” this high-spirited, feel-good international sensation will have you singing and dancing in the aisles. Broadway Sacramento Music Circus premiere.                                                          

Sunday, August 12



The Abbey of New Clairvaux, Vina, CA

This 580 acre ranch is rich with history that began with Peter Lassen and Leland Stanford and  continues with the monastic community, Cistercian Trappist monks, that live in and sustain the ranch today.   We will experience a docent-led tour of the peaceful and serene monastery grounds, visit the new Abbey Church and refinished 800 year old chapter house that William        Randolph Hearst purchased and moved from Spain in the early 1930s.  We will also have time to visit the Abbey Winery.  Afterwards, we will stop for lunch at Sierra Nevada Brewery.

Thursday, August 23



Seven Brides for Seven Brothers @ Chico Theater Company

When Milly marries backwoodsman, Adam, she has no idea she will be     responsible for taking care of his six brothers as well. Milly quickly whips her rowdy brothers-in-law into shape, and shows them how to court and win brides of their own.    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers  features  upbeat dancing, frolicking fun, and heartfelt romance with a score including Bless Your Beautiful Hide, Wonderful, Wonderful Day, and Sobbin Women. An audience favorite, our premiere show returns to celebrate our theater’s 15th Anniversary!                                            

Sunday, September 9



Castello di Amorosa

Visit an authentically-built, medieval inspired Tuscan castle and winery in world famous Napa Valley. This 136,000 square foot castle took over        15 years to build. We will explore multiple levels of the castle on a guided tour including the lower levels which feature an authentic torture chamber, Great Hall, Armory,   a 12,000 square foot Grand Barrel Room, followed by a tasting of five Premium Wines in one of the winery’s private tasting bars.  Trip will include  a late lunch stop in St. Helena on our way home. 

Wednesday, September 19



Fleet Week & No Host Lunch-San Francisco

Join us for tours of ships from the United States Navy and Coast Guard bringing over 900 sailors and coasties to the Dogpatch neighborhood.  Portside, enjoy a festival atmosphere.  This is a great way to experience day to day lives of  sailors’.  Feel free to enjoy a no-host lunch of your choice. 

Sunday, October 7


 Downtown Historical Sacramento Walking Food Tour 

Downtown Sacramento is experiencing a 21st century renaissance! Tour guests will be guided down Sacramento’s original main street, while learning about the area’s rich history and architecture, from the mid-1800s through today.  Discover first-hand why Sacramento is called the America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, as you taste renowned cuisine from eclectic menus boasting   locally sourced ingredients.

Wednesday, October 10


Apple Hill & No Host Lunch-Placerville 

This annual trip up to the apple country is a wonderful way to enjoy all the delight this time of year has to offer.  You will have time to visit the many apple farms and even have time for a no-host lunch.

Thursday, October 18